Thursday 13 June 2024

Silence is Silver (Shadowbinders #0.5) by Andrew Watson - A Review

 Hello everyone & Happy Thursday!!

Today's post is a mini review for Silence is Silver by Andrew Watson (@the_fools_tale). This is a prequel novella and takes place before the events of the Shadowbinders trilogy.

I read it as an eARC and loved it. I really like the writing style and the world building. Despite the fact that it is only a novella, it has its plot twists that keep you turning the pages. Silence is Silver is full of action and emotions.
You get to see how Bas became who he is and how his past shaped him as a character in Harbinger of Justice (book 1 in the series).

This novella can be read either before or after you read the first novel in the series.
Silence is Silver will be released tomorrow June 14th and you can read it for free if you subscribe to Andrew's newsletter.

Rating: 5 Stars

About the book:
The Urdahl believe pain is inevitable. But if one can lean into that suffering they can achieve anything.

Beneath the desert sands, Bas has spent his entire life training to become a fully-fledged Urdahl. And now his time has come to prove his worth. First, he must drink from the Seeing Bowl to clear his clouded mind and witness visions bestowed to him by ancient deities. Next, he must prove strength of body with the Passage of the High Pass. But destiny is shrouded in red and strength of arm will not be enough to survive its true tests.

Will he ascend to a full Urdahl or will his visions of blood come to pass?

The turning season has begun.

See you in the next post and don't forget to keep reading!!!

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